South African parliament has voted to remove White South African farmers from their land without any compensation and give it to Black South Africans.

The country’s constitution is now likely to be amended to allow for the confiscation of white-owned land without compensation, following a motion brought by radical Marxist opposition leader Julius Malema.

It passed by 241 votes for to 83 against after a vote on Tuesday, and the policy was a key factor in new president Cyril Ramaphosa’s platform after he took over from Jacob Zuma in February.

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Mr. Malema said the time for ‘reconciliation is over’. ‘Now is the time for justice,’ News24 reported.

‘We must ensure that we restore the dignity of our people without compensating the criminals who stole our land.’

This motion is based on a distorted image of the past,’ Ernst Roets said.

‘The term “expropriation without compensation” is a form of semantic fraud. It is nothing more than racist theft.’

The ANC is increasingly under pressure to speed up land redistribution to help shore up its support among poorer black voters ahead of the election next year.

Mr. Malema has a long-standing commitment to land confiscation without compensation. In 2016 he told his supporters he was ‘not calling for the slaughter of white people – at least for now’. –Daily Mail

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Watch South African President Cyra Ramaphosa announce parliament’s plan to seize land from White farmers without compensation and Julius Malema of the EFF (3rd largest party in S. Africa) warn, “Anyone opposed to the expropriation of land without compensation is the enemy of our people”.

No matter the country, such a move is arbitrary, disgusting, and should be fought tooth and nail. In South Africa, the issue is especially dangerous because Section 25 essentially gives the black South African majority the “right” to take land away from white farmers. Such a move is not without precedent. In Zimbabwe, which was once the white-ruled nation of Rhodesia, the state began seizing white and black farmlands in 2000. This move caused at least 804 farmers (a vast majority of whom were white) to flee to either nearby Zambia or out of Africa entirely. This “land reform” helped the “breadbasket of Africa” to become a nation of starvation. Life expectancy dropped all the way down to fifty-nine, while, by 2007 and 2008, a loaf of bread in Zimbabwe cost one trillion dollars.

Botched and often violent redistribution of land in neighboring  Zimbabwe under ex-leader Robert Mugabe left many farms in ruins, and the drop in production triggered an economic crisis that still haunts the country.

South Africa seems poised to make the same mistake as Zimbabwe. The only thing left to do at this point is to have Section 25 ratified by the Parliament’s Constitutional Review Committee. Ramaphosa has tried to play the color-blind liberal throughout the whole ordeal, saying that “just choices” have to “serve to unite the nation.” Ramaphosa has also warned against hot heads, arguing that “There is no reason for anyone of us to panic and start beating war drums. Farming activities must continue as normal, and investments in land and farming must continue”.

Do not let such gentle words fool you; in his first address as president, Ramaphosa said that his government would tackle the disparity between white and black test scores, levels of employment, financial success, and land ownership. The president made it clear that racism, not inherent differences between whites and blacks in terms of culture, time management, and family stability, was to blame for these differences.

Ramaphosa’s position on land seizure is doubly dangerous because it has received support from the Economic Freedom Fighters, or EFF. Led by the shrinking Julius Malema, the EFF is a staunchly anti-white, anti-Asian party. It is basically what a “woke” political revolution would look like in a Western nation with a new white minority. Unlike Ramaphosa and the more mainstream ANC, the EFF and its supporters are willing to openly declare that Section 25 is all about racial revenge. On Twitter, the EFF has already shown that once they’ve dealt with whites, South Africa’s Indian and East Asian populations are next.

“Chinese are like Indians. They think they’re close to whiteness. When they practice racism they become worse than whites. There are even Blacks who mimic whiteness. All of this needs to be confronted,” said Malema to the adoration of many retweets.

This is what a pan-Africanist future looks like: never-ending racial grievance layered on top of a suffering population that has been brainwashed to see everything non-black as vile. Even the milquetoast Alt-Lite has used their sizable power in the alternative media to draw attention to the ongoing racial holocaust in South Africa, with personalities like Lauren Southern and Katie Hopkins journeying to South Africa in order to expose what is really happening. Needless to say, it is far from pretty.

All of this terror and all of this horror is, of course, predicated on lies. Maybe over three hundred thousand white families have been brutalized, raped, tortured, and murdered since 1994 in farm attacks based on government-sponsored lies. The biggest of these lies is that white South Africans stole land from Bantu-speaking blacks. This is simply not true.

The truth is that when the first Dutch people landed on the Cape of Good Hope, the only natives to South Africa were the Khoikhoi people, more often known as “Bushmen.” The Zulu and other Bantu tribes did not start migrating to eastern South Africa until the 19th century. By that point, white South Africans, commonly called “Boers,” had been farming the land for over two hundred years.

There are other inconvenient facts associated with South Africa as well. For instance, for all of the hatred lobbed at the Apartheid regime, it kept its black citizens safer than the post-1994 government.More black South Africans kill each other every year than the total of black South Africans killed by the Apartheid state. Also, prior to the ascendancy of the sanitized terrorist and avowed Communist Mandela, South Africa was one of the richest countries in Africa with a thriving medical industry and nuclear weapons. Under those evil whites the black South African population tripled.

The sad saga of white South Africa should be a wake-up call to all European settler nations. White South Africans, with their mixed heritage of Dutch, Huguenot French, German, Portuguese, English, and Greek heritage, bear far more similarities with the whites of the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Every one of these countries are currently experiencing the rise of anti-white vitriol, including popular celebrations of declining white birth rates. South African Boers are facing much worse, and indeed their plight shows us what could happen in the event of white minority status. Thermidor

For anyone who’s been paying attention, this is NOT a foreign concept, but one that was practiced by our very own former president, Barack Obama. Watch Sean Hannity interview Mark Obama, Barack Obama’s half-brother and clips of Barack Obama discussing the redistribution of wealth in America:

 


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